Women's Cross Country
Commodores announce 2014 signing class


March 12, 2014

March 12, 2014

The Vanderbilt cross country and track and field programs officially announced the 2014 signing class on Wednesday -- a collection of seven athletes who are expected to help the Commodores continue their progression as a program.

Vanderbilt head coach Steve Keith said he is excited about the incoming class and believes they will make an impact with the Commodores.

"The important thing for us is to build the group and really have a solid core, year in and year out," he said. "This year, we had an emphasis on long sprints and adding more depth to the pole vault. And all those (new signees) can come in and contribute right away."

The class includes Emma Abrahamson (Carlsbad, Cali.) and Megan Huebner (La Quinta, Calif.), who have each been nationally ranked in the 3200 in their prep careers, and Jennifer Edobi (Union, N.J.), who is a Top-10 nationally ranked performer in the 400.

The class also features Megan McCabe (Centennial, Co.), who is a standout in the pole vault and Maddie Criscione (Park City, Utah), who competes in the 1600 and 3200 and was a 2013 Foot Locker Nationals qualifier.

Also joining the Vanderbilt program are twin sisters Tara and Emma Radan (North Tustin, Cali.), who are both state-ranked sprinters in California.

Here's a closer look at each member of the class:

Abrahamson signing graphic

criscione graphic

Edobi signing graphic

Huebner signing Graphic

McCabe signing graphic

E. Radan Signing graphic
T. Radan signing graphic


 

 

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